Hybrid Cloud to Gain Interest over Next 12 Months, States Kable in New Market Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com29 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – PaaS and SaaS types of cloud computing technology are anticipated to acquire prominence in the industry throughout 2016. Surging demand for disaster recovery (DR) solutions and hybrid cloud architecture from firms is deemed to be a critical factor stimulating the adoption of IaaS amongst large-sized companies. Organisations are giving much attention to diverse secure cloud storage solutions that provide them with the capability to store and process data in third-party data centres and considerably curtail their spending on IT.
Among the various cloud computing implementation types favoured by organisations, hybrid cloud is poised to gain interest and greater budget allocation in the coming 12 months. IT and communications industries are fully and decisively committed to adopting cloud computing services over the course of the next year.
Of the different cloud computing services, software application hosting and database management system (DBMS) will likely gain more and more significance in 2016.
New comprehensive research study “Cloud Computing Market: Technology Models, Challenges, and Business Benefits” created by Kable covers executives' views on the main factors that are acting as drivers of the cloud computing marketplace along with enterprises’ tendency to adopt cloud computing models on the basis of their technology and implementation types. It also provides details about the most attractive cloud computing services, industry verticals that seek to embrace cloud computing services, and the budget allocation of organisations to the versatile cloud computing models.
Reasons to Buy:
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More new studies by this publisher are available at Kable page.